Sonja Mairenn. Diamonds. May 18th , 2017.
As far as formation of natural diamonds is concerned, it is a common belief that diamonds are formed from coal. But how far is it true? It is said that a major chunk of natural diamonds are not formed from coal, though, you may find some indirect links between them. In order to understand these links, let us take a look at the natural formation of diamonds.
If you compare the artificial and natural species of diamonds with respect to their weight, then you will find that synthetic ones are heavier than natural ones due to their higher densities. In case of synthetic diamonds, there is a limitation on the growth of these crystals, due to which they very rarely weigh over 1 carat. So if you are looking for a large diamond, synthetic diamonds are not a choice for you.
Since the implementation of the Kimberley Process, the share of blood diamonds in the global diamond production has come down from 4% to 1%.
This aspect can be hampered if the culet is too large. Its shine is also less, compared to that of other diamonds, due to the number of facets. The color and clarity properties are important, as even a minute flaw would be clearly visible. While purchasing these gemstones, it would be ideal to opt for one that reflects the maximum amount of light with minimum opacity, and also consider its symmetry and polish.
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